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  1. Mike Dolan on September 30, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    Love your new web layout. Easy to read and easy on the eyes. Two other sites that I frequent (Power Line and Wizbang) changed their format such that I no longer visit. Thanks.

    Mike

    • Duane on May 14, 2012 at 5:40 am

      I agree 100% with Mike. Like the new layout. The old one wasn’t bad. Have been and will continue a visit everyday. Because of the mods, I don’t visit PL or Wiz as much these days. Keep up the great work.

  2. Betty A on October 28, 2011 at 2:23 pm

    I am now not one of the 53% but was for all my working life. I paid taxes for 2 yrs after I retaired. I am now retired and collecting my social security and medicare for which I contributed for yrs. In addition so did both of my husbands. Niether of which are collecting from the system. One because he doesnt want to deal with the system and the other because he died at 57 yrs of age. Living on ones ss is not easy because of Fed reserve policy and inflation. If I were able to work I WOULD BE WORKING TO THIS DAY but physical imparement makes that not likely. What little savings managed to save has made nothing because of low interst rates. But I am not crying just living within my means. Don;t expect anything more than ss and medicare which I and 2 husbands paid into.

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  4. Gerard on March 26, 2012 at 7:00 pm

    @Billig /\ Glad you like it. I disagree. Actually this site has found it’s gag inducing place reveling in the depths of the internet’s nonsensical, irrelevant, maelstrom of shit. Now where’s the exit out of this rather embarassingly untalented, vapid side of cyberspace? This will teach me not to meander.

  5. Garrett Patterson on May 13, 2012 at 11:39 am

    Much better! Thanks for the constant improvement.

  6. OLDE REB on October 1, 2012 at 12:59 pm

    Uncle Fred,

    Have you ever wondered how Ben Bernanke could conceal $4 BILLION profit from Congress and the people EVERY DAY??? It is from the auctions of Treasury securities. Essentially, it is theft from the American people. Profit of the Fed belongs to the government. That profit is undoubtedly used to fund the New World Order agenda promoted by the CFR and Wall Street.

    The auction accounts are handled EXCLUSIVELY by the FRBNY and have never been reported or audited. Read below for details or the footnoted article for a comprehensive mathematical analysis of the Fed’s Ponzi scheme.

    Ben is a lackey for Wall Street and his job is to keep the banks (owners of the Fed) from bankruptcy. Everything he has done confirms this. He will devastate the economy with inflation; the public be damned.

    Maybe your senators or membership would be interested in the information, but congress-critters receive lavish campaign contributions from “financiers” and also insider information that boosts their net worth. Their inclination to investigate may be dampened.

    Read it and weep

    From the original source.
    Reb

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Open letter to my Senators

    RE: THE FEDERAL RESERVE HEIST
    or
    HOW BEN HIDES $4 BILLION FROM CONGRESS DAILY

    Dear Senator

    Mr. Ben Bernanke told the Senate Banking committee that the government must take action (deficit spending) to prevent an economic collapse. Did he tell Congress that every dollar of such spending would be profit for the Fed that would be hidden by the FRBNY in apparent violation of the law ??

    A popular concept is that the government will “borrow” from the Federal Reserve. This involves giving a Treasury security (bill, bond, or note) to the Fed as collateral and the Fed will credit an account of the government in the amount of the security. The government then spends the (book-entry) funds while the Fed (theoretically) holds the collateral; i.e. deficit spending. Voila !! Additional (fiat) money has been injected into the economy of the Nation which, as expressed by Mr. Bernacke, MAY stabilize the economy.

    Observe that the Fed holds the collateral. When the collateral matures, government must pay the Fed to redeem the security. The fiat money spent by government must be re-acquired and paid to the Fed. But the government has already spent the money and the bank account is zero.

    So the Fed can sell the collateral at the Treasury auctions (if it has not already been auctioned). If the funds went to the government, the Fed would essentially give up the security. Bankers are not known to generously give up money.

    Also, if the funds went to the government, they would be used to pay off the debt of the security that had been issued and that would negate the existence of the debt and further it eliminates any inflation from the currency in circulation being increased. Since this does not happen, the funds from deficit spending cannot go to the government.

    The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has the responsibility of handling all accounting and funds for Treasury auctions. The funds from deficit spending go into the FRBNY but they are not recorded as coming out. These items are not included in the ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS nor are they disbursed in any government record

    Receipts from the 2010 Treasury auctions totaled $8.4 trillion. $7 trillion was used to roll-over preexisting securities (without increasing the national debt) and $1.4 trillion was received from deficit spending as detailed above. That $1.4 trillion ($4 billion every day–7/52) disappeared in the catacombs of the FRBNY.

    Profit of the Fed legally belongs to the government. Concealment of funds belonging to the government is identified as embezzlement and subject to one year incarceration per count. Ref. 18 USC section 641. Nonpayment of monies belonging to the government is a separate crime and subject to five years incarceration. Ref. 18 USC section 1001. Anyone knowing of such an offense who “relieves, comforts or assists the offender…to prevent his apprehension, trial or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.” Ref. 18 USC section 3.

    Should members of Congress reflect on their involvement ?

    In addition, commercial banks have a practice of “fractional reserve” that allows them to create check book money as a multiple of “reserves.” It appears the QE’s has the FR banks writing checks in the same manner WITH NO REQUIREMENT FOR RESERVES. This appears to be a new practice of unlimited money creation without authorization of Congress—an entry of hyperinflation. Perhaps Congress should investigate.

    Respectfully,
    Olde Reb
    oneconstituent@home.us

    Conclusion: The Fed is wanting more money to bail out the owners of the BOG and NY banks from their fraudulent derivative gambles and construct a fraudulent claim on the entire wealth of the nation while your constituents get ripped off and enslaved.

    [NOTE: This letter is excerpted from, and documented in, RIP OFF BY THE FEDERAL RESERVE, http://www.scribd.com/doc/48194264/rip-off-by-the-Federal-Reserve-revised ]

  7. John Rebstock on December 27, 2012 at 11:28 am

    We are not going to have a president who vetoes the DREAM Act, or who bans gay marriage, or who lets Detroit go bankrupt, or who gives millionaires & billionaires a 20% tax cut, or who repeals health care reform, or who overturns Roe vs Wade….we had a choice to do that, and AMERICA said NO.

    Can you imagine if our ‘scary black president’ had proposed putting armed guards in every school without any idea on how to pay for that $18 billion proposal ?
    We’d be hearing cries of ‘Marxism’,’police state’ and ‘DEBT’ – but it wasn’t Obama, it was the toolbox at the NRA, so Fox News & the GOP are dead silent.

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    All the brainwashed Liberals are coming out of their parents basements to fire back at this blog with their Kool-Aid responses. Gotta love a site that brings out the zombies.

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  12. Randall Bemis on July 18, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    Randall J. Bemis
    21130 Costanso Street, Suite 4
    Woodland Hills, CA 91364
    (818) 710-1728

    Solve the Illegal Immigration Crisis with Money

    For decades, U.S. taxpayers have borne a huge financial burden to provide social services to illegal immigrants. A 2013 report * by The Heritage Foundation concluded that unlawful immigrant households cost American taxpayers $54.5 billion per year. This is the net annual cost of unlawful immigrants living within our borders, after taking into consideration the amount they contribute in taxes.

    The $54.5 billion accruing to illegal immigrants each year equates to a taxpayer burden of $395 per month for every illegal immigrant living in the U.S.. It is certain that this generous “benefits package” acts as a powerful magnet for citizens from Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua and elsewhere. Who can blame a young family or individual for wanting a safer, more prosperous life available in the United States?

    Americans are a compassionate people and generosity to the less-fortunate around the world has been an unbroken theme throughout our nation’s history. We have always been a nation that seeks to export its ideals of liberty and capitalism to those who hunger for freedom and opportunity.

    Our nation has successfully exported its Constitutional ideals to many corners of the world, but we will not remain exceptional if we continue to import people from surrounding nations who, upon entering our borders, become immediately dependent upon government largesse. We must continue to help the citizens of other nations by exporting American ideals to them, but we cannot afford to absorb everyone who wishes to leave their own dysfunctional nations behind.

    How can we as a nation remain compassionate toward unlawful immigrants while, at the same time, adhere to our sovereign obligation to secure our borders and remain a nation bound by its already generous immigration laws?

    The answer is more simple than we might expect: let’s pay a monthly stipend to unlawful immigrants who voluntarily return to their homeland and continue those payments for up to five years while those repatriated immigrants remain in their native land.

    Let’s send repatriated immigrants a cash payment equal to the average value of benefits that unlawful immigrants receive while living unlawfully in the U.S.. As noted above, The Heritage Foundation indicates that the average value of benefits received by unlawful immigrants is $395 per month, so let’s send $395 per month to all those who voluntarily return to their homeland.

    The $395 monthly stipend would be paid to all adults and children who return to their homeland after living in the U.S. unlawfully. The initial support payment would remain level for a period of 24 months, then gradually decline for he remaining three years. The five-year schedule of stipend payments would be made only to those who could demonstrate a continuous, past residence status in the U.S. of two years or more.

    Those not meeting the two-year prior residency status will receive limited, monthly stipends equal to the number of months that they have resided in the U.S., plus reasonable relocation expenses for their repatriation.

    The initial annual cost for this program would be about $55 billion; it would decline to zero in the sixth year. Many Americans may find this “Return Home with Dignity” program overly generous and oppose it as a giveaway to lawbreakers. While it is true that this program would reward those who have broken our immigration laws, it is equally true that the $55 billion per year is already being consumed by unlawful immigrants for the broad array of social services received by them. Under this formula, the plan is fiscally neutral.

    This plan would stimulate the voluntary repatriation of unlawful residents to their native lands in a a manner that reflects the spirit of American generosity and abiding universal good will for all people, even those not privileged with the bounty of American citizenship.

    Such a repatriation program would incentivize those currently living illegally in the U.S. to return to their native lands and reunite with their families. The support payments would help repatriated participants to maintain their financial dignity during the five year term of the program. It would provide transitional financial support during the period when those of working age are reintegrating into their home economy and becoming self-supporting.

    The United States is a rich country and we can afford to provide financial support to repatriated unlawful immigrants, but we cannot afford to provide open-ended financial aid to those who illegally remain in the U.S.. Until we come to grips with this problem, we can be certain that our nation’s social and fiscal costs arising from unlawful immigration will continue to spiral out of control.

    The “Return Home with Dignity” repatriation framework is sensitive to our nation’s humanitarian concerns for unlawful immigrants, while also recognizing that national sovereignty demands jurisdiction over who may legally reside within our borders. It is a foundational responsibility of every nation to define who may participate in the rights of citizenship. No nation, however rich, can survive the social and fiscal pressure of unfettered immigration.

    “Return Home with Dignity” is a fair, humane and generous pathway for unlawful immigrants to emerge from under the cloud of illegality. Coupled with strict border enforcement and a robust guest worker program, our nation would finally restore its constitutional responsibility to secure its borders.

    ENDNOTES:

    * The Fiscal Cost of Unlawful Immigrants and Amnesty to the U.S. Taxpayer, By Robert Rector and Jason Richwine, Ph.d., published by The Heritage Foundation, May 6, 2013.

    Submitted by: Randall J. Bemis
    21130 Costanso Street, Suite 4
    Woodland Hills, CA 91364
    (818) 710-1728

    wealthmarkone1@juno.com

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